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Alice Lambert Haynes
- Alice Hayme (sic), widow, of Semley, Wiltshire, will dated 2 March 1620/1, inventory taken 23 February 1623/4, will proved by her son Walter Hayme (sic), the Executor 2 Mar 1623/4. It includes the names of some of Walter’s children and they are identical to those of the immigrant Walter Haynes. Based on this evidence it is believed Alice Haynes was mother of Walter Haynes.
- An Alice Lambert married John Hynes on 23 Oct 1575 at Mary's Church, Sherborne, Dorsetshire. They had three children baptized there shortly after. It is thought that this Alice Lambert may be identical to Alice Haynes who died in 1623/4 above.
- Based on the date of marriage she would have been born by 1554 possibly near Semley or Sherborne.
- Children: John, Margery, William, Elizabeth, Walter, Susan, Rose
- Parents: Unknown. The parish registers and probate records near Semley and Sherborne have been searched. Unfortunately in most parishes the records don’t begin until the late 1600s so they are of no help. No genealogist has ever published arguments or evidence regarding her parents. An Alice Lambert was named in the probate records of John Lambert and Catherine Packington as daughter. It is exceedingly speculative to think these two women are identical without further proof. This evidence is not sufficient to prove her identity. Furthermore as the Visitation of Worcester p 102 shows these proposed parents were of London not even close to Semley, Wiltshire.
- Death: She died after 2 Mar 1620/1 when she made her will and before 23 Feb 1623/4 when the inventory of her estate was taken
- Nothing further is known about the birth or death of her husband John Haynes.
- Window Ursala Goodenow in her will probated 22 May 1634 in Sarum, Salisbury, Wiltshire, named Alice’s son Walter Haynes “Cousin.” Ursales Goodenow was widow of Thomas Goodenow and mother two several immigrants of the name Goodenow of Sudbury, MA.
Alice Lambert was born in say 1554 (based on her date of marriage) probably near Semley, Wiltshire, England. She was possibly daughter of John Lambert born say 1520 in Semley, Tisbury, Wiltshire, England and Catherine Packington born say 1520 in Chaddesley Corbett, Worcestershire, England. They had a daughter Alice (based on probate records) but was their daughter Alice identical to this Alice? No other evidence confirms they are identical and the parish records in many parishes in the area don't go back to the early 1600s so these could easily have been two separate women of the same name. The evidence is insufficient to prove who the parents were of this Alice Lambert. The parents listed here include a noble lineage which should be treated as speculative only.
Alice Lambert married John HAYNES Wiltshire, England, on 23 OCT 1575 in St. Mary's Church, Sherborne, Dorsetshire, England.
Children of John Haynes and Alice Lambert were:
- John HAYNES , Jr. b: bp 30 SEP 1576 in Sherborne, Dorsetshire, England
- Margery HAYNES b: bp 23 AUG 1578 in Sherborne, Dorsetshire, England
- William HAYNES b: bp 29 SEP 1580 in Sherborne, Dorsetshire, England
- Elizabeth HAYNES b: say 1582 in Sherborne, Dorsetshire, England
- Walter HAYNES b: say 1583 in Sherborne, Dorsetshire, England c: 1583 in Sutton, Mandeville, Wiltshire, England
- Susan HAYNES b: say 1585 in Sherborne, Dorsetshire, England
- Rose HAYNES b: say 1587 in Sherborne, Dorsetshire, England
Their marriage and the baptisms of their first three children were found in the Records from the Registers of the Abbey Church St. Mary in Sherborne, Dorsetshire. The remaining children were named in the will of Alice (Lambert) Haynes. There is no evidence that they had a daughter Dorothy. Some people speculate that Dorothy Haynes was a child of John and Alice Haynes. Others suggest that Dorothy's parents were Walter Hayne and Alice Lambert. But there is no evidence to support either claim.
Myths and Legends born on the Internet
Several myths were started on Wikitree and have spread like wildfire across the Internet. At GENI we try to be more accurate.
- Her husband John Haynes died in Connecticut. False, this is a conflation with John Haynes, Governor of Connecticut (1594-1653) concocted on the Wikitree. We know her husband John Haynes preceded her so he died before 1620 and never left England. This John Haynes never came to the colonies. See the Great Migration Directory p 156 for his son Walter and Drake's Founders p 57 and check the passenger list of the Confidence of London in 1638. He died before his wife in England.
- There is a portrait of her husband John Haynes. False, the portrait is of John Haynes, Governor of Connecticut (1594-1653).
- Her husband John Haynes was son of Nicholas Haynes. This is another Wikitree fantasy which is absurd. The John Haynes who was son of Nicholas Haynes was baptized on 23 Jun 1569 in Salford Priors, Warwickshire, England and would have been only six years old when this John Haynes married.
- Her son Walter Haynes married Elizabeth Gould. False: Walter’s wife was Elizabeth but nothing is known of her maiden name. Gould often shown on the Internet (wikitree) is incorrect. That would be the name of Walter's daughter Elizabeth who married Roger Gould named in Alice's will. The name Gould was moved up a generation and given as a maiden name to Walter’s wife is someone’s deluded brain. It is erroneous.
- Alice Lambert is of Noble Birth via her parents John Lambert and Catherine Packington. False, not a single genealogist has ever has ever published arguments or evidence regarding her parents. As fellows of the American Society of Genealogist remind us constantly simply finding two people of the same name in England does not even begin to prove they are identical. No serious genealogist would even begin to publish this exceedingly speculative pedigree. This evidence is not sufficient to prove her identity. See also New England Gateway Ancestors of Proven Royal Descent.
Probate and Will
“Alice Hayme,” widow, was living at Semley, Wiltshire, when she made her will. Alice's will was dated 2 March 1620/1, inventory taken 23 February 1623/4, and the will was proved by her son “Walter Hayme” (sic), the Executor. Mar 2, 1623/4. It was signed in the presence of Marmaduke Read, Walter Hayne, and John Blandford. Burial was in Semley Church Yard, Semley, Wiltshire, England. Semley is a parish in Wiltshire, 4 and 3/4 miles from Shaftsbury in Dorsetshire and in the vicinity of Sutton Mandeville.
This will is written on one page of one leaf folio paper, not signed. It is preserved among the Salisbury Wills, P. P. C. London (Archdeaconry of Sarum). Dated 2d March, 1620/1; proved by Walter Hayne the Exr., 2d March, 1623-4. Series 2, Volume 2, Hayfield, Haffield, Haffell / Will of Alice Hayne, 1620, of Semley, Eng., Page 941 Her complete will can be found in NEHGR 39:26 or in Walter Haynes p 10 Will of Alice Haynes
For genealogists the most important part of the will which includes the same of several of the children of Walter Haynes of New England including the unusual name “Sufferaine””
"It: I give to Suffraine Hayne my best bore cloth and an apon and Marie Hayne a pillow-ber and one Pewter dish, and Elizabeth Hayne a Pewter dish and Suffraine a Pewter dish. It: My Sonn Walter Hayne shall have the use of my bigest brass pann during his life, wch pann I give to Thomas Hayne his sonn and my silver spoon. It: I bequeth to Walter Hayne my sonn the half years p'fitt of my tenement after my decease whom I make and ordaine to be my whole Executor to whom I bequethe all the rest of my goods." Inventory is dated 1623.
The Full Will:
This Will was found in 1879, during the research in England, among the old Wills of Salisbury (Co. Wilts), which are now kept in the Prerogative Consistory Court, at Westminster, London, for safety. See Chapter on English Research, page 9. Semley is about four and three-fourths miles from Shafton, Dorset, where Walter Haynes owned a house, and not far from Sutton Mandeville, where he lived, just at the time he sailed for America. This Will is written on one page of one leaf folio paper, and not signed. This may be because it is a copy of the original, or it may be because legal forms were sometimes neglected in those days. As will be seen at the end of the Inventory, it is recorded there: "Will Proved in the Court of the Archdeacon of Saruni (Sarum was the Latin name for Salisbury) by the Ex’or named, the 2 March, 1623."
The Will: "In the name of God Amen, the 2d daye of March in the xviijth yere of the reigne of our Sovraigne Lord King James and the yere of our Lord God One thousand Sixe hundred and twentie. I Alce Hayme of prfecte memorie praising God doe make this my laste Will and testament in maner and forme following. ffirst I bequethe my Soule to our Lorde Jesus Christ my only Savior and redemer and my bodie to be buried in the Church yeard of Semblie, It: I geve to the same Church vj. It: I geve to my daughter Elizabeth Read my great brass pot or Croke my best covrled and blanket one bolster one pillow and pillowber and my best gowne two wastcoates: ij aperons j smock j Coffer j barrell j tubbe It: I bequethe to hir sonne Christopher Read v: It: I bequethe to Thomas, John and William her sonnes each of them a Pewter dishe. It: to hir sonn Marmaduke xijd. It: I bequeathe to hir daughter Elizabeth Reade one brass pann of a gallon and one double Kershew of Hollon. It: I geve to my said daughter Elizabeth one paire of sheetes iii Kershawes iij Partietts and ij table napkins. It: I bequeth to Marmaduke Maning xijd. It: I geve Susan Hayme my best Pewter dishe. It: I bequeth to my daughter Roose my bedstedd and fetherbedd wch I lie in as it is furnished and my bigest brass pann except one and a gowne or gowne cloth and my ij best Petticoates. And whereas I have lent my Son in law Andrew lvie xx I do geve it to his son Andrew. It: I geve John Ivie thelder and John Ivie the yonger my daughters sonnes xij a Peece. It: I geve Grace Ivie my little brass pann wch I have formerly deliv’d to my daughter Rose and one hollon aperon. It: I geve my said daughter Roose ij Kershewes and iiij aperons and iij smokes and the rest of my wearing appe’ll ungiven wth my Cloke and a little Coffer by my bed but the bigest brass pann save one wch I appointed to my daughter Roose my will is shall remaine to John Ivie thelder hir sonn. It: I geve my Sonn Walter Haymes daughter Elizabeth my next best cov’led and one best shet. It: I geve to Suffraine Hayme my best bore Cloth and an apon, and Marie Hayme a pillowber and one Pewter dishe and Elizabeth Hayme a Pewter dishe and Suffraine a Pewter dishe: It: my Sonn Walter Hayme shall have the use of my bigest brass pann during his life wch pann I give to Thomas Hayme his sonn and my Silver spoone. It: I bequeth to Walter Hayme my sonn the half yeres p’fitt of my tenement after my decease whome I make and ordaine to be my whole Executor to whome I bequethe all the rest of my goods. In wittnes whereof I have Sette my hande the day and yere abov written. In the prsence of Marmaduke Read and Walter Hayme and John Blanford." Then follows "An Inventorie of all the Goodes of Alce Hayme widow lat deseased in Semlie taken the xxiiij of feburarie 1623," written on one page foolscap paper and annexed to will.
In wittnes whereof I have Sette my hands the day and yere abov written. In the prsence of Marmaduke Read and Walter Hayme and John Blanford."
Then follows "An Inventorie of all the Goodes of Alce Hayme widow lat deseased in Semlie taken the xxiiij of feburarie 1623," written on one page foolscap paper and annexed to will. INVENTORIE Imprimes i fumes and ii bras pans xxxvi Item ii bras Pates and a posnet xvi It ii Paier of haingrells and a paier of beins vi It ii barells ii tubes and ii trendells wth other thinges viii It ii Canstickes and a Stinger wth other thinges ii It a tabell bord a form and a Coberd and iii Stooles xii It a Chest i Cofer and other small thinges iivi It a bedstered and flock bed xiiii It a grunter and ii tubes xi It i bed furnished iiii It i Paier of blanketts and v Sheets xxvi It i bolster and iii Pillowes xii It ii Coverleds xviii It iii tabl Clothes and a hallf a dosen of napkins wth other thinges xvi It v Pelowties and hir wearing aparill iiiixvi It i Warming Pann and vii dishes of Pewter with other thinges xiiii It i Silver Spoone ii It ii Chestes and iiii Cofers wth other thinges viii It a litell brass pan and xxxiiii Poundes of led waites xi It Debtes owed to the Testator x It in Monie vivii Sm totall xxiii xii iiii
Will Proved in the Court of the Archdeacon of Sarum by the Ex’or named, the 2 March, 1623. The "partlett" mentioned was a band or ruff for the neck. "Posnet" a porringer. "Stinger" an extinguisher (for candles). We have not been able to find the meaning of "beins" or "haingrells."
- Frances Haynes Walter Haynes of Sutton Mandeville, Wiltshire, England and Sudbury, Massachusetts and His Descendants 1583-1928 (Haverhill, Massachusetts, 1929)]. See p 13, 20-21 for John Haynes and p 10 includes the complete will of Alice Haynes
- The complete will of Alice Heynes can also be found in NEHGR 39:26
- Registers of the Abbey Church St. Mary in Sherborne, Dorsetshire.
- Drake's Founders 57
- NEHGR 39:263-64, 65:295-97
- The American Genealogist 61:65-69, 70:171
- Dean Crawford Smith, The Ancestry of Eva Belle Kempton, 1878-1908, Part I: The Ancestry of Warren Francis Kempton, 1817-1879 (Boston, MA: NEHGS, 1996), 1:453-54;
- [Ancestors of Derick Sibley HARTSHORN III]
- Salisbury Wills, P. P. C. London (Archdeaconry of Sarum). Dated 2d March, 1620-l; proved by Walter Hayne the Exr., 2d March, 1623-4.
Alice Haynes's Timeline
Semley, Wiltshire, England
September 30, 1576
Sherborne, Dorset, England
August 23, 1578
Sherborne, Dorset, England
September 29, 1580
Sherborne, Dorset, England
Sherborne, Dorset, England
February 14, 1583
Sutton Mandeville, Wiltshire, England, United Kingdom
Sherborne, Dorset, England
Sherborne, Dorset, England